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Klatring på Hauktjern

Date:
20.08.2019
Characteristic:
Sport climbing
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Zapffegga

Date:
18.08.2019
Characteristic:
Alpine climbing
Duration:
6:37h
Distance:
8.2km
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Brensholmen klatrefelt

Date:
17.08.2019
Characteristic:
Sport climbing
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Sjurfjellet klatrefelt

Date:
12.08.2019
Characteristic:
Sport climbing
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Soria Moria Traversen

Date:
11.08.2019
Characteristic:
Hillwalk
Duration:
4:30h
Distance:
9.5km
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Store Kvænangstind - skrekk og gru!

Date:
09.08.2019
Characteristic:
Hillwalk
Duration:
9:08h
Distance:
21.7km

We had arranged the day before to get a boat ride in to Meiland with a local, so we met him at Klubbeneshamn at 9am. The first challenge of the day was getting around the locked gate on the jetty, and with the sun shining we began walking around 9.30am, following a tractor path up from the few cabins. Soon the path turned into a great, well trodden trail through the forrest for around 45minutes until we came to Storvatnet. Along the way we met a local who was picking cloudberries and asked where we were going. He laughed and said nothing but 'Ha - Skrekk og gru!'. Once we reached the lake we stopped and discussed the weather, as it looked like the full sun and 15 degrees that Yr had forecast wasn’t going to be right. It was heavily overcast and around 8 degrees. Otto messaged Martin, who >>>

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Middagstinden

Date:
07.08.2019
Characteristic:
Hillwalk
Duration:
5:07h
Distance:
11.3km

Øytopper ≥ 1000 meter (fastland) Undoubtably one of the best views on Kvaløya and the best, most challenging scrambling I've done to date. We parked in the big parking place opposite Tverrfjellet and followed the path up to the left hand side of the river. Around 500moh the trail flattened out, the trail disappeared and we followed the right hand side of Tverrfjellvatnet in easy terrain and over sturdy rocks. After around 45 minutes we started gaining elevation again, this time up looser rocks. The views were already stunning back over Katfjordeidet, over to Blåskredtinden and sommarøya. We picked a path over the rocks until we came to a point where we could see two steep stone pillars. From here we scrambled around to the left which was very exposed. After completing this section we thought >>>

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Blåskredtinden

Date:
06.08.2019
Characteristic:
Alpine climbing
Duration:
6:23h
Distance:
11.4km

Another day of blue skies! Met Trond Olav in Tromsø and drove out to Løvdal together. From here we parked the car and followed a small trail into the right hand side of Løvdalelva. The small trodden path follows the valley in along the lake on quite a long approach and eventually comes up to a pass around 300moh where you get great views of Blåskredtinden. From here the trail disappears and we lost around 100moh as we headed down towards the small lake. After a small, loose boulder field we started gaining elevation steeply through heavy, vegetated terrain and ended up pushing our way steeply through bushes until the terrain got more rocky. We followed a stone gully to the right before heading over to where we would start our one ropelength of climbing. Great quality rock and a nice pitch. >>>

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Ersfjorden klatrefelt

Date:
05.08.2019
Characteristic:
Sport climbing
Duration:
5:00h
Distance:
4.5km

Nok en utfordring å finne frem her! Parkerte litt før Ersfjordotn brygge og fulgte grusveien til høyre langs ersfjorden. Etter ca 1km går stien godt synlig opp til høyre. Her er det godt markert ved stein varde men det ble mye fram og tilbake gjennom buldrefeltet å komme frem. Innmarsjen var litt lenger og mer tungvint enn hva vi hadde trodd. Ble en fin kveld i veggen til slutt, med alle 5'er ruter på Sjarmorveggen klatret på led. Veldig god stein kvalitet, men graderingene virket vanskelig! GPS spor er fra turen tilbake fra veggen til bilen.

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Hamperokken

Date:
04.08.2019
Characteristic:
Hillwalk
Duration:
5:07h
Distance:
12.0km

My new favourite mountain in Tromsø :) We met up in the parking lot around 8.30 and started our hike shortly after. The trail up to Middagsaksla is really, really great and the elevation gain was steady and effective. Well marked (not surprising with Tromsø Skyrace the day before) and soon we were at 1100moh and were greeted with stunning views of Hamperokken. From here we just followed the ridge all the way towards Hamperokken and had a wonderful time scrambling over excellent rocks. We walked over the crest of the ridge for majority of the trip, though there is a small trodden path that goes a little lower down to the right. In the last section before the summit, the trail goes up through a gully, though we scrambled up the bigger rocks to the right. After a small lunch break and realizing >>>

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